Sustainable Practices is our namesake radio show. Our show airs the first Friday of every month at 9:00 am on WOMR. Each episode highlights an aspect of environmental sustainability that impacts us locally but also has global implications.
We cover a range of topics from municipal water quality to recycling with a focus on the importance of local action in protecting our commons. Our archived podcasts are available on WOMR and are accessible below
In this episode of Sustainable Practices we speak with Ben Grossman founder of SwagCycle. SwagCycle is a startup focused on responsibly managing the lifecycle of branded merchandise. When companies rebrand or get acquired, many often dispose of their obsolete branded merchandise.
In this episode of Sustainable Practices, we discuss plastic pollution with former EPA Regional Administrator and Beyond Plastics founder, Judith Enck.
In this episode of Sustainable Practices, we address the state of the criminal justice system in the U.S. Neil Barsky, founder and chairman of The Marshall Project, discusses his award winning organization and the role of journalism in fostering social mobility on the issue of criminal justice.
In this episode of Sustainable Practices, we discuss conscious consumption. The show features a discussion from Kelley Dennings, Center for Biological Diversity; Jessica Georges, founder and owner of Green Road Refill, and Katie Scott owner of Pure Vita.
In this episode of Sustainable Practices, we highlight the passage of the Commercial Single-use Plastic Water Bottle Ban in 6 towns (Brewster, Wellfleet, Falmouth, Provincetown Eastham and Harwich) at the mid-point of Fall Town Meeting season on Cape Cod.
In this episode of Sustainable Practices, we discuss municipal water quality and protection on the Cape. The program features discussions with Dan Pelletier and Paul Anderson, the respective Water Superintendents of Harwich and Brewster.
In this episode we discuss the documentary film Divide in Concord, the film that inspired the Cape Plastic Bottle Ban. On the program are David Regos, the film's producer and co-director, Janet Rothrock, an activist and resident of Concord, MA home of the first retail plastic water bottle ban.